Twn of CUTLER

Organized:  1896
First Town Chairman:  William Evans
First Mayor:  Dr. R. W. Hoyt
Origin of Name: Originally called Cranberry Center, name changed to Cutler in 1896 after County Clerk, Charles F. Cutler
First Settlers: William Evans, H. Ronick
First Postmaster: William Evans
First Church:
First School:
First Recorded Town Tax:  $753.51 in 1896

source: Juneau County, The First Hundred Years, published 1988


NAMES OF EARLY SETTLERS
Evans, William Ronick, H.


CUTLER TOWNSHIP BEAR CREEK SCHOOL -
District No. 1 Term 1905-1906

Caroline Roberson Alfred Robertson
Charles Johnson Carl Christensen
Irving Horner Peter Quist
Chris Oleson Marie Rasmussen
Chris Hendrickson Peter Johnson
Lewis Caphingst Mabel Quist
Walter Horner Agnes Roberson
Emma Larson Inez Cripps
Albert Boyson Ethel Cary
Harold Hendrickson Delmar Cark
Willie Larson Minnie Caphingst
Freda Caphingst Gilbert Quist
Clara Roberson Hazel Georgeson
Homer Georgeson Harry Delap
Myrtle Delap Minnie Hanson
Arthur Quist Franklin Johnson
Alvin Olseon Peter Hanson
Eda Roberson Samuel Hanson
Benkson Watson Lawrence Larson
Matilda Hendrickson Annie Johnson
Katherine Quist Charley Belcher

source: Monroe, Juneau, Jackson Genealogical Workshop newsletter


Necedah Republican newspaper, April 8, 1909
Cutler
Frances Stowasser of Necedah is spending her vacation week with her mother at the farm.

Ed. Cripps and Dell Evans were in Necedah Monday.

On Monday word was received at Cranberry Center that W. F. Bingman had passed away at his home in Hillsboro on Sunday.  He was buried on Tuesday.  Mr. Bingman was a highly respected resident of Cutler for several years.  he won many friends who are grieved to hear of his death.  A good man has gone to his reward.

Mrs. C. W. Blakeman left for Hillsboro Tuesday.




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